Has Queen Elizabeth Adopted Another Corgi?

Queen Elizabeth II is getting another dog—reportedly! She said she wouldn’t, but now, at least according to  anonymous source, she is! The dog’s name is Whisper and it belonged to her Sandringham’s groundskeeper Bill Fenwick, who died in January. He and his late wife, Nancy, had helped raise the Queen’s brood (of dogs, not Prince Charles, et. al.).

“She couldn’t resist Whisper,” The Sun’s shadowy source said. “Now she has asked Bill’s family if she can keep him.”

In January after Fenwick died, it was rumored—and not at all certain—that she would assume responsibility for his little one, raising the grand total of dogs under the Queen’s care to four once again. The palace has declined to comment on such a personal matter to Vanity Fair, but it would stand to reason. The Fenwicks often kept and trained the Queen’s corgis. It’s even said that they were given a two-story home so that the corgis could practice going up and down stairs in anticipation on getting on and off airplanes. After the Fenwicks did so much for her dogs, it seems natural that she might welcome Whisper into the fold.

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